BAVUG November Meeting Features Demo from BorisFX

Join BAVUG for their last meeting of 2016 here at Rule Boston Camera! November’s meeting will feature a demo from BorisFX. With the recent acquisition of GenArts, Inc. and the late 2014 acquisition of Imagineer Systems, BorisFX has you covered for just about every graphics and compositing need. Get a first-hand look at how these tools can be used for your projects.

Doors open for check-in at 6pm
Enjoy refreshments and socializing until 7pm.

You must register to be eligible for the raffle! All registered attendees will receive one free raffle ticket. 2016 BAVUG Members will receive an additional two raffle tickets.

REGISTER HERE.

ASMP-NE Presents: Latest and Greatest Professional Adobe Photoshop Workshop

Grab your laptops with photoshop loaded and your power cord this Saturday, November 5th, and join the ASMP-NE for the latest and greatest Adobe and lightroom tips and tricks along with a complete professional workflow from start to finish.

ADDED BONUS: A Bob Korn 24×34 print with 20×30 image valued at $130 will be auctioned off!

Click here to register.

Course Description:

Lee Varis shares his photo-imaging workflow, revealing trade secrets from his many years in entertainment industry advertising. Along the way he will cover the newest features of Photoshop CC and demonstrate the latest advanced techniques, including frequency separation retouching, and luminosity blending. Lee will start with raw file processing, and ending with CMYK print preparation, he will show you fundamental techniques for color correction, retouching, and special effects.

You will work on several projects, step-by-step, using image files provided for you, so you can follow along with Lee as he shows you the magic of Photoshop and Lightroom, including:

  • raw processing setup for further editing in Photoshop
  • white point/black point color correcting with Curves
  • simulating background bokeh effects
  • hair edge masking & the new select & mask dialog
  • facial recognition in the new Liquify dialog
  • b&w conversion, and CMYK adjustments